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Mental Health Awareness Week


Every year the Canadian Mental Health Association marks the first full week in May as Mental Health Awareness Week. The theme this year is Empathy. Empathy, or the ability to put yourself in someone else's shoes, is a skill we all can learn and develop. At school, students have the opportunity to engage in discussions and activities that promote empathy and support good mental health.

We encourage you to extend the learning at home using the information and resources provided in this Special Edition TCDSB Mental Health Bulletin that was prepared in celebration of this week. Remember, children are more likely to learn and develop good habits when they see adults practicing them.

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